Talk:Galloway and Pasqua deny any wrongdoing on their part in the oil-for-food program

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There isn't a single quote attributed to anyone other than Galloway or Pasqua. In fact, the article basically reads like a press release from Galloway's office. And the 'glaring'

Well, this article comes after another article consisting almost solely of accusations. The former article focused on the accusations, this one focuses on the rebuttals.
According to you, who should we quote? Submarine 13:29, 18 May 2005 (UTC)

Dubious Fake Document SentenceEdit

"But Galloway showd discreditably himself when as he got off the plane in Washington on Monday night, Galloway denied the allegations and said the evidence against him was forged. But in the U.S. Senate hearing on Tuesday, when presented with the documents exhibited by Groves, Galloway would not say whether he thought the materials were forgeries. He did say the information in them is "fake.""

This section is not only badly written (I spotted at least two spelling and grammatical mistakes) but seems to be highly POV - the documents in question have been demonstrated to be fake on numerous occasions[1]. Why is it relevant as to whether Galloway didn't say whether he thought the document was fake? --Axon 16:12, 18 May 2005 (UTC)

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